How did technology help water polo?

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Water Polo is a fairly untechnical sport, there is very little equipment required therefore there have been very few changes due to technical advances. The main changes have been in regard to the ball, which in the early days of water polo was made from leather which absorbed water and became heavy, modern balls have a special non-slip coating

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